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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Proposed changes to street after residents’ complaints
Changes are being proposed to a revamped city centre street beside Brighton’s Open Market, in response to residents’ complaints.
Monday, 26 June 2017
Apprenticeships – find out more at Hove event
There are amazing things happening in the world of apprenticeships – and if you are making education and career choices you can find out more at Brighton & Hove’s biggest ever free apprentice
A smoother ride with the connected city
Transport and highways across the city are being improved by the use of new technology and innovative ideas.
Thursday, 22 June 2017
More beach cleaners and bins as Brighton boils
Booming Brighton & Hove is having to bolster its beach bins provision due to a huge number of visitors generating large amounts of rubbish.
Trustees for Brighton & Hove's new cultural trust
Nine people have been recruited to make up a shadow board for the Royal Pavilion & Museums new cultural trust. They are:
Argus story on homeless ‘eviction’ was false, says press watchdog
A report in The Argus newspaper, Brighton, claiming the city council inhumanely evicted homeless people from their tents on New Year’s Day 2017 was false, the Independent Press Standards Organisat
Leisure Card is helping to open up sport to all
Freedom Leisure, which operates seven leisure centres in and around Brighton on behalf of Brighton & Hove City Council, wants to reach out to residents in the city to let them know that there
Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Council considers Parks Foundation
Plans are being drawn up for a Parks Foundation to be set up in Brighton & Hove to attract funding for the city’s parks and open spaces.
Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Music & Arts unites with Dome & Festival to create hub for cultural learning
Two key cultural organisations are to unite to create a city-wide hub for creative and cultural learning.
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